Most Talked About Oscars 2016 Stars In Photos

Posted: Feb 29 2016, 11:53am CST | by , in News | Latest Movie News

Most Talked About Oscars 2016 Stars in Photos
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The Oscars 2016 are history. Here are the photos everybody talks about.

There has been not a single scandal at the Oscars 2016 that we know of at least. Chris Rock did his job putting the finger in the wound of racist Hollywood, but he did not take it too far.

The Oscar 2016 winners and guests also behaved. Ok. Kate Upton's Oscar Party Cleavage was scandalous and Gwen Stefani's red dress was out of this world, but that is it.

Leonardo DiCaprio was the hero of the night. He caused a Twitter storm of 440,000 Tweets per minute when he won. He also already drove the web crazy when he appeared together with Kate Winslet on the red carpet.

The Most Talked Stars of the Oscars 2016

The stars that people and the media still talk about today include besides Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Brie Larson, Chris Rock, Kerry Washington, Lady Gaga and Dave Grohl.

Lady Gaga performed on stage with sexual abuse victim setting the most serious note during the Academy Awards, only matched by Dave Grohl's touching performance of the Beatles' Blackbird song during the in memorial segment.

See the most talked stars of the Oscars 2016.

Find out all the Oscar 2016 Winners and Losers and read the latest Oscars 2016 news in our Movie News.

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